A propeller from a Cold War-era transport plane was moved Tuesday to a memorial that’s being constructed at Mount Charleston. The memorial will honor the 14 people who died when the C-54 crashed on its way to Area 51.
Two women were hospitalized, one dog died and a second was revived after a Tuesday evening house fire in the southwest valley, according to police.
An Alaska man has been ordered to pay almost $2,500 for a fine and court cost associated with federal prosecution for dumping refuse into the Colorado River and illegally collecting firewood in violation of his non-commercial private rafting trip permit.
An effort by ROTC cadets at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas to help a needy family for Christmas has turned into course work that will make them better soldiers in the field.
Sometime today, a massive underground tunneling machine should break through a reinforced concrete wall at the bottom of Lake Mead, completing its three-mile journey to connect with a 100-foot-tall drain pipe that has been waiting at the bottom of the reservoir since 2012.
The North Las Vegas Fire Department and hazmat team have evacuated a state welfare building.
Building a snowman at Mount Charleston or the Sheep Range this weekend will be possible, but skiing and snowboard probably won’t happen — yet.
The Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday unveiled an independent study of potential Nevada tax reforms, including a comprehensive overhaul that would affect a half-dozen levies — from sales and property to entertainment and business taxes — as well as proposals for more narrow fixes on just one or two taxes.
An autopsy report in the September death of 8-year-old Isabella “Bella” Grogan-Cannella in Bullhead City made no conclusion as to sexual assault, but noted that there was a hemorrhage within the victim’s vaginal wall.
Three defendants pleaded guilty to misdemeanors Tuesday in an alleged multimillion-dollar World Cup betting scheme uncovered by the FBI. And more pleas are coming Wednesday.